Stop by to create a postcard to be handed out to those needing an uplifting message across Harris County.Find out more »
Enjoy STEAM activities all day long! Over 10 stations will be available for Fun and interactive learning. Library Cards are not required to participate.Find out more »
This informal book club is where you get to discuss what you've read or are reading, breakfast, and be able to meet your community in a relaxed atmosphere.Find out more »
All ages are welcome to come out to trade their collectible minis. Mini Brands, Doorables, Real Littles, LOL Dolls and more!!!Find out more »
Tuesdays Taco Truck is back with delicious food brought to Harris County!Find out more »
Middle and High Schoolers join us for a one shot D&D adventure! No experience necessary.Find out more »
Mario Party at the library! Bring your switch controllers as we play games with Mario and his gang. Prizes and snacks offered.Find out more »
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Let's paint Kindness Rocks! Share a kind message by hiding your rock around the library or in the park for others to find!Find out more »
Ages 13+ are welcome to sign up for our two workshop series of Culinary Club. Enjoy lunch as your final product. Call to register 706-628-4685.Find out more »
A special demonstration from our Hogansville K-9 Officers who help keep our community safe!Find out more »
I'm on number 10 of this gripping and suspenseful series, which is more more accurately supernatural adventure than science fiction. All The Rage is my series favorite so far. Not unlike a fallen CIA agent (think the show "Burn Notice"), Jack's identity is intentionally stricken due to a past crime of passion. However, he maintains a superhero's ability to fix folk's problems when they need assistance specifically off of the radar. This is the world in which Repairman Jack dwells, and in All The Rage he is charged with combating a new street drug Berzerk, which allows users to possess supernatural strength and ability. It's a well-constructed story line, that never slows down. Highly recommended!
This mystery series features Chief Inspector Gamache of the Sûreté du Quebec and the residents of a small village called Three Pines located somewhere between Montreal and the Vermont border. In Still Life, A local’s murder brings the chief inspector and his team to Three Pines. It appears that Jane Neal is killed in a hunting accident but Gamache, a quiet, observant, and thoughtful policeman, figures out it is murder. As he interviews the residents we get to know them and their quirks and their secrets. As Gamache and his team peel away the layers secrets he reveals the murderer and motive. The vivid description of the village and locals makes me want to join them at the bistro for a Café au lait.